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  1. 61% CCNA Exam Fee Discount Voucher Available: Can be used World WIDE, VALID FOR: CCNA R&S 200-125 and CCNA Security 210-260 By using Discount Voucher, CCNA total fee will cost you 225 US$ only. Voucher processing time is 40 days. PM me for further information !!!
  2. Guys i have CCNA Security INE videos. Please suggest that is this enough for CCNA Security as i'm planning to go for CCNA Security Certification. My Study Plan is as follows To understand every concept explained in INE videos After understanding the concept do research about the topic By research i mean reading from Cisco DOC, Wikipedia and other websites to get a more clear understanding about the concept After getting the concept applying those concepts in Labs i.e in CLI on different versions of ASA and then practicing on ASDM To get the clear understanding of the commands i can take help of cisco docs or CCNA Security Command Reference Guide. Guys please suggest if all of this is enough or do i need to go for some more resources.
  3. CCNA Security 2016 210-260 Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant CCNA Security 2016 210-260 Video Boot Camp With Chris Bryant This Course Will Be Updated For The 210-260 Exam In March 2016. Join Now For Just $11! Course Description This course is currently being updated for the 210-260 IINS exam (the latest CCNA Security exam version). New videos will begin in March 2016. Save serious dough by joining now for just $11 and you’ll be automatically notified when the new videos are posted! Over 150,000 students in my Video Boot Camps have made me the #1 instructor on Udemy, and now it’s your turn to get CCNA Security certified — with a little help from yours truly! Every single video in this CCNA Security 210-260 Video Boot Camp is downloadable, and you’ll get your certification with the clearest, most comprehensive CCNA Security course available – and without busting your budget! Even better, your access to the CCNA Security training course is permanent, and every video is downloadable for viewing offline! Thanks for making TBA part of your CCNA Security certification success story! Chris Bryant CCIE #12933 “The Computer Certification Bulldog” Download Link Grab a premium account to download a full fast speed: Get Download Link: [Hidden Content] What are the requirements? No previous network security experience is assumed by the instructor — so dive right in! What am I going to get from this course? Over 86 lectures and 13.5 hours of content! Curriculum Section 1: Protecting The Management Plane Lecture 1 Cisco Password Review, Lab, and Real-World Password Discussion 16:03 Lecture 2 Cisco Password Configuration and Encryption Lab 05:19 Lecture 3 Network Time Protocol Discussion 11:10 Lecture 4 NTP Lab With CCP 10:43 Lecture 5 CCNA Security Video Exam: NTP 06:19 Lecture 6 Telnet And SSH Discussion 06:41 Lecture 7 Telnet Lab 08:16 Lecture 8 SSH Lab 06:38 Lecture 9 SNMP (And Real-World CCP Troubleshooting!) 09:38 Lecture 10 Logging and Timestamps Discussion and Command-Line Lab 11:58 Lecture 11 Logging CCP Lab 03:40 Lecture 12 Views Discussion, Lab Begins 14:27 Lecture 13 Conclusion Of “Views” Lab 06:13 Lecture 14 TCP Intercept 06:33 Lecture 15 Cisco IOS Resilient Configuration Discussion and Lab 12:30 Lecture 16 Cisco IOS Resilient Configuration Video Practice Exam Preview 08:04 Section 2: Securing Layer 2 Lecture 17 VLAN Review, VLAN Hopping 11:55 Lecture 18 Lab: Disabling DTP On Live Trunks 01:43 Lecture 19 BPDU Guard Discussion and Lab 07:01 Lecture 20 Root Guard Discussion and Lab 08:39 Lecture 21 Port Security Discussion 09:23 Lecture 22 Port Security Lab 09:50 Lecture 23 DHCP Snooping Discussion And Lab 08:18 Lecture 24 Dynamic ARP Inspection Discussion 08:26 Lecture 25 Dynamic ARP Inspection Lab 05:31 Section 3: Cisco Configuration Professional Lecture 26 CCP Introduction, Prerequisites, and Discussion 11:19 Lecture 27 CCP Walkthrough 11:37 Lecture 28 CCP User Profiles Lab 06:51 Lecture 29 CCP Template Creation Lab 07:28 Lecture 30 CCP Security Audit and One-Step Lockdown Lab 08:41 Lecture 31 Bonus Lab: AutoSecure 08:22 Lecture 32 CCP Wrapup And Real-World Word Of Warning 04:12 Section 4: AAA Lecture 33 AAA Fundamentals, Authentication Discussion 08:36 Lecture 34 RADIUS vs TACACS (Or Is It TACACS+?) 04:19 Lecture 35 Method Lists Discussion And Walkthrough 13:42 Lecture 36 AAA Lab: Don’t Lock Yourself Out! 10:17 Lecture 37 AAA Lab: Banners And Prompts 08:18 Lecture 38 Configuring AAA With CCP (And Bonus CCP Section!) 06:22 Section 5: Access Control Lists Lecture 39 ACL Fundamentals 12:24 Lecture 40 Standard And Extended ACLs 16:20 Lecture 41 Named ACLs 06:31 Lecture 42 Filtering VTY Line Traffic With ACLs 06:20 Lecture 43 Where To Put ACLs In Your Network 04:45 Lecture 44 Blocking Pings With ACLs 08:40 Lecture 45 Sequence Number Introduction 10:44 Lecture 46 Sequence Numbers In Action 03:32 Lecture 47 Creating ACLs With Cisco Configuration Professional 14:26 Lecture 48 Removing ACLs With Cisco Configuration Professional 03:58 Lecture 49 Time-Based ACLs 08:18 Section 6: The IPS And IDS Lecture 50 Intro To IPS And IDS 13:32 Lecture 51 Anomaly And Reputation Signatures, Risk Ratings Intro 09:59 Lecture 52 CCP Lab: Installing SDEE, IPS Wizard, and Signatures 11:42 Lecture 53 Editing SDF Signatures 06:42 Lecture 54 The Monitor Window 03:36 Lecture 55 Second Verse, Not Same As The First 03:15 Lecture 56 Cisco IPS Risk Ratings Explained PDF 2 pages Section 7: Virtual Private Networks Lecture 57 What Are VPNs? 11:01 Lecture 58 Intro To Cryptographic Algorithms 12:01 Lecture 59 RSA And DES Discussion 08:33 Lecture 60 The RSA Process and the Certificate Authority 09:09 Lecture 61 An Illustrated Look At Digital Signatures 04:08 Lecture 62 More Certificate Authority! 11:32 Lecture 63 Intro To SCEP And OCSP 05:22 Section 8: IP Sec And SSL Lecture 64 Introduction To IP Sec 14:47 Lecture 65 IPSec Security Agreements And More! 15:05 Lecture 66 Site-To-Site VPN Lab 15:36 Lecture 67 SSL Client Discussion 05:02 Lecture 68 SSL Wizards Walkthrough 09:37 Lecture 69 Cryptography Warning 01:26 Section 9: Firewalls Lecture 70 Intro To Firewalls And Best Practices 13:42 Lecture 71 Stateless and Stateful Firewalls 09:05 Lecture 72 Intro To Cisco Zone-Based Firewalls 08:48 Lecture 73 IP Addresses For Firewall Wizard Labs 01:06 Lecture 74 Basic Firewall Wizard Lab Starts 15:10 Lecture 75 Basic Firewall Wizard Lab Concludes 11:13 Lecture 76 Advanced Firewall Wizard Lab Begins 14:17 Lecture 77 Advanced Firewall Wizard Lab Concludes 08:52 Lecture 78 Examining Class Maps, Policy Maps, and Service Policies 18:08 Lecture 79 NAT And PAT Refresher and Config With CCP 12:45 Section 10: The ASA And ASDM Lecture 80 ASA Theory And Fundamentals 12:21 Lecture 81 ASDM Tour 16:16 Lecture 82 ADSM Firewall Defaults And Configs 06:56 Section 11: The More You Know… Lecture 83 Security Policy Starters 17:34 Lecture 84 Risk Analysis and Management 13:53 Lecture 85 “The Cisco NFP Theorem” 03:23 Section 12: IP Version 6 Lecture 86 IP Version 6 Fundamentals And Best Practices 19:01 via telechargementsz.com
  4. CBT Nuggets CCNA Security 210-260 CBT Nuggets CCNA Security 210-260 Implementing Cisco Network Security Develop the skills required to support a security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities to networks and systems, and mitigate security threats. The CCNA Security exam addresses core security technologies, as well as the installation, troubleshooting and monitoring of network devices to maintain confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data and devices. The course includes security concepts, secure access, VPN, secure routing and switching, Cisco firewall technologies, IPS, as well as content and endpoint security. Whether you are fairly new to the network security world, or you’ve been in it for a while and simply want to fill in the gaps and see how all the pieces can be integrated together to build a fortress of security using a defense-in-depth approach, this course is for you. Get Download Link: [Hidden Content] Recommended Experience Cisco CCENT or equivalent experience Recommended Equipment (emulated, simulated or physical) Cisco IOS Routers Cisco Catalyst Switches Cisco ASA Firewall PCs Related Certification Cisco CCNA Security (210-260) Related Job Functions Security Technician/Engineer Network Designer Network Administrator Keith Barker has been a CBT Nuggets trainer since 2012 and holds a variety of Cisco certifications, including Cisco CCIE Routing and Switching, Cisco CCIE Security, and Cisco CCDP.
  5. CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNA Security 210-260 IINS Implementing Cisco Network Security CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNA Security 210-260 IINS Implementing Cisco Network Security – Free Download Description CBT Nuggets Cisco CCNA Security 210-260 IINS Implementing Cisco Network Security – with Keith Barker Develop the skills required to support a security infrastructure, recognize threats and vulnerabilities to networks and systems, and mitigate security threats. The CCNA Security exam addresses core security technologies, as well as the installation, troubleshooting and monitoring of network devices to maintain confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data and devices. The course includes security concepts, secure access, VPN, secure routing and switching, Cisco firewall technologies, IPS, as well as content and endpoint security. Whether you are fairly new to the network security world, or you’ve been in it for a while and simply want to fill in the gaps and see how all the pieces can be integrated together to build a fortress of security using a defense-in-depth approach, this course is for you. Recommended Experience Cisco CCENT or equivalent experience Recommended Equipment (emulated, simulated or physical) Cisco IOS Routers Cisco Catalyst Switches Cisco ASA Firewall PCs Related Certification Cisco CCNA Security (210-260) Related Job Functions Security Technician/Engineer Network Designer Network Administrator Keith Barker has been a CBT Nuggets trainer since 2012 and holds a variety of Cisco certifications, including Cisco CCIE Routing and Switching, Cisco CCIE Security, and Cisco CCDP. Download Links: [Hidden Content]
  6. Hi Everybody! Now Cisco has change the CCNA Security certification exam to 210-260. Has anybody more info/documentation about it? Thank you very much for your help. Let's certify!!!
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